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i recieved an offer yesterday of £260 im obviously not accepting because they owe £1821,

could someone let me know what i need to put in a refusal letter ?

i dont want to give them any ammunition to fire back at me

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Hi Woody, just put something in your letter along the lines of


Thank you for your kind offer of £*** on the "date" I am willing to accept the offer in partial payment but not in full and final payment and reserve the right to pursue the rest through the courts if need be.


good luck with your claim.

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You should write and tell them you're disappointed they have not responded positively to your request. Advise you'll accept the money offered as part settlement but you'll still be seeking the remainder. I turned them down myself. They offered me £170 for £1258 worth of charges and then upped their offer to £460 (without my asking). Have a look in the Templates Library and and through the threads as you'll find loads of help with the exact working you'll need

If you've only sent the Prelim letter give them the timescale you initially stated and then send the LBA.

Good luck!

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Woody you joined in March and have made 5 posts since then, have you not read the FAQs and the step by step instructions?....its your claim so you should be putting in some of the effort yourself.


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